Feb 21st, 2019
Whether you are just getting your certification or are a veteran in the medical coding job market, you don’t have a magic 8 ball for your career. The closest you can get, are people like Gina Piccirilli, CPC, CPMA, whose start as a receptionist in a physical therapy office is now far behind her. Piccirilli ...
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Jan 7th, 2019
Opportunity abounds for healthcare business professionals in an expanding market. The healthcare sector created one in seven new jobs in the United States in 2018, per preliminary data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Although many of those jobs are clinical, the repercussion is a growing demand for support ranks such as coding, billing, ...
Jun 21st, 2018
If you want to be a medical coder in a facility, there are a lot of ways to get your foot in the door. Once your toe crosses the threshold, experts say, you may have to take several steps to get to the job you want. Facility and Health System Jobs are Plentiful Just short of ...
Think outside of the medical coding box to be a subject matter expert. Being a certified medical coder is an accomplishment. We see from AAPC’s 2017 Salary Survey that multiple credentials are in demand and can be very lucrative. Factors such as location, demographics, experience, demand, and specific credentials affect where and how you can ...
Our numbers can help you pinpoint the best way to code from home. AAPC often hears from people who are interested in healthcare business as a new career path, and frequently these individuals want to break into this industry because they understand there may be the option to work from home. While there are many ...